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All American Fun Park

2608 N Slappey Blvd
229-436-8362

History

Robert and Rheda Hall, a young married couple, decided to make Albany, GA, their home in 1957 after completing their tour of duty in the Army at Ft. Benning.

Having enjoyed Putt-Putt golf on their dates in Columbus, GA, they were disappointed to find that Albany did not have a Putt-Putt. It was not long before they had contacted the home office in Fayetteville, NC, and obtained a franchise for an 18 hole Putt-Putt. The location where they found a rundown 18 hole miniature golf course was at the end of N. Slappey Blvd. They spent the remainder of the year renovating the course and finally opened for business in the spring of 1958. A couple of years later, they decided to open a second course. In 1972, the by-pass was to take a third of their courses. At that time, they decided to bulldoze the old courses and build a modern 3-course Putt-Putt (54 holes).

In 1982, video games were becoming very popular, so the Halls enlarged their building to accommodate 25 video games and a small concession area. When the games kept growing in popularity, the two expanded the game room two more times. The game room now accommodates over 70 games with kiddie rides for the smaller children.

By this time, the Halls realized that they would need additional staff, and their nephew, James "Buddie" Blackwell and wife, Cheryl, joined them.

Since then, the Halls along with Blackwell have added batting cages, bumper boats, go-karts, lazer tag, a virtual coaster, a large snack area, and nice facilities.

In December 2004, the Halls decided to change their name to the All American Fun Park, because they now feature other attractions in addition to miniature golf. Most recently, the All American Fun Park added a new attraction. The state-of-the-art bowling center opened on November 26, 2008. The local facility has entertained school, civic, and church groups as well as having thousands of birthday parties over the years. They are happy to provide a clean, wholesome place for families to come and enjoy an outing together and a great place for couples to come on their dates.



Reviews

whitney waters

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Thursday, April 5, 2018
It was a very enjoyable it. We come here alot. And I never write reviews but the food we ate upset all of our stomach. My two sons and I both have been sick from it that's why I believe it was the food. We will go back we did enjoy it just know now not to eat there

brad stoltz

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Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Went there on a vacation trip, dumbest idea ever, the whole place is a bung hole..... The staff is not nice... Save yourself the money, just go out to eat. The other thing.. We were going to play laser tag and I was there with 5 of my foot guy friends... Now WE ARE CLEARLY GUYS OK. HE ASKED US IF ANY OF US ARE PREGNANT I FELT TOTALY INSULTED

Jav Schlabach

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Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Extremely rude employees, they treated me and my 5 other friends like we were a herd of sheep excuse me Im a human!! Wouldnt even take my little daughter or my family here at this all American lame park!! This is not a family friendly park, the mini golf is outdated, everything is from the 70’s and 80’s era!! They shook the finger at my one friend!! Not courteous and helpful!! The place smelled well unmentionable. Save your dollars and go do something somewhere else you will be disappointed in this place!!!

Jordan Yoder

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Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Most lame activities ever!! Don't waste your money unless you are under 5 years old ridiculously lousy. Actual name should be All American Lame Ass Park😲😠😡

Cris Beiler

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Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
Worst customer service!! Don't even consider this place!! The staff need to learn how to be friendly and there were 6 of us guys going to play lazzer tag and the guy asked if anyone is pregnant!! Absolute stupidity!!

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